|Inspired by the collection of works by 20th century Mexican artist, Andrés Blaisten, Spencer returned in January 2009 to Mexico City to capture individuals and small groups of people, in a project supported by National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). Spencer has indicated that he feels much more comfortable working in Mexico City. The LA Times reports that Spencer said to El Universal: "I feel more secure here in Mexico because I couldn't do this project in Texas, where I've been imprisoned." Not surprisingly, the LA Times article did not bother to post any images from the small installations. Here are a few documentational images of Spencer at work in Mexico City, which appeared on the El Universal video clip.|
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